6 Parks near Overton, Nevada
Jan 2011 - $33.00
Stayed nearly a month. A pet friendly park with lots of desert areas to walk your dogs. Nice quiet RV park, Mostly retired folks with boats. Spaces wide enough for truck and boats, picnic tables. Lots of empty spaces during Jan and Feb. Restrooms and showers warm and clean. Motel and restaurant closed but marina store open with limited supplies. Found Linn's grocery store in Overton, NV about twenty miles for good meats and produce. Marina dominates this resort, no public lake use area, no beach for families and children, no swim area, no fishing in Marina. Marina putting in new low water road and ramp. Lake is down some seven years now and affecting this resort. Overton Bay marina and park area closed, no water. We found shoreline fishing off Stewarts road, some five miles from Echo Bay,recommended four wheel drive. Caught a nice stripper but only one fish in many days. Boaters also not catching fish. Saw some wildlife: desert big horn sheep, birds, lizards, burros and enjoyed hiking the area. Friendly Lake Mead park Rangers. Probably camp here again, monthly rates, no discounts. - rick&carrie
Jul 2009 - $20.00
We rented a RV site at this park for the entire summer from 2004-2009. We lived in California and would leave our motorhome there all hooked up and ready to go. The spaces are large, we had a 30' motorhome, a full size truck and a 26' boat and still had room for another vehicle. Campground is clean, restrooms and showers are clean. Would highly recommend it. We no longer go because we have moved too far away! But our extended family still goes & leaves their RV's there all summer! - wolffwl
Apr 2009 - $31.00
OK spot for one overnight. We wanted into Valley of Fire, however, due to Easter vacation was full. Went thru alot of road construction to get there. Some trees and level sites. Not our destination, however, OK for a backup. - Sewfast
May 2013 - $30.00
Echo Bay is alive and well as of 1/15/2014. Forever Resorts has taken over as the concessionaire from 7 Crowns, and are cleaning the place up. The National Park has a campground that is open with a full time campground host. This host and another volunteer are cleaning up the campgrounds. The restaurant, and marina are still closed. However, there is a little store, and gas station that are open. Gas is $3.95 a gallon. There are two places to launch a boat, with ample parking. Burrows, and Coyotes are in the area. It's a good, quiet place to stop over when on the road, in the area. - Patchez
Apr 2013 - $25.00
Nice park run by NPS but due to economy the marina closed down and the Overton Beach marina closed down completely so there isn't much here anymore and it is pretty much out of the way. A better bet is Callville Bay about 20 miles down the road and still on the lake. Big marina there. - Lefty from LA
Aug 2009 - $32.00
I didn't follow my own rule - never book an RV Park without a decent review on this website and pictures of the sites on the camp website. I was drawn in by a professional looking website and the "Seven Crown Resorts" name. This place was AWFUL!! The "resort" is 14 road miles (over an hour drive) from Hwy 167. It isn't their fault, but they should have mentioned (in 2 different phone conversations) that the road is being resurfaced. We drove over a mile in the dark on a gravel construction road. This place is in the middle of nowhere! When we finally arrived, we found the "resort" had nothing but a bathroom/shower/laundry building. There were no other facilities. We had to call from a phone on the wall to check-in at the nearby hotel. There were no site maps, etc. I drove down to the hotel and realized that Lake Mead is over a mile away. The staff at the hotel office told me that the lake had retreated because of the drought, but clearly the lake has never been anywhere near the RV park. Their website says "Our lakeside hotel and RV Park ..." but this is obviously misleading. The hotel staff gave me a poorly photocopied map of the site and showed me our site was right next to the bathrooms. I asked to be moved somewhere else and they had no idea which sites were available. At this point it was late at night and I just wanted to hookup, turn on the AC, and sleep. We parked in a different site for the night. Apparently the RV park is also where local employees live. There were some big Class A rigs in the park, I assume they had boats and were spending their time on the lake. The next morning I called the office and told them we were leaving rather than staying two nights. They agreed not to charge us for anything. - woody5
Apr 2013 - $20.00
Closed due to budget cuts. No camping. - Lefty from LA
May 2007 - $22.00
Nice and clean. Well laid out with big paved streets. More of a long stay park. Good laundry facilities. No real pet area. Lots of dirt, but this is a desert! Showers are definitely communal. - New RVer
May 2016 - $18.00
As mentioned, this an older, mostly mobile home village that has around 70 RV sites. The pull through sites are down the middle of the row, gravel and level. 50 amp service, water with two spigots and sewer connection at each site. No picnic table or fire pit. There are plenty of trees, however most of the sites had branches overhanging the site making it difficult to position the rig without the limbs interfering with the slides or awnings. The office is closed on the weekends, so if you will arrive after closing on Friday, make arrangements to get a key to the bathroom building when you call for a spot. This isn't a fancy park, but it's neat, tidy, quiet and a great value with the GS rate. - Good Vibes
Oct 2015 - $18.00
This is a small RV park next to a trailer park. Most of the campers seemed to be long term but there were a couple other overnighters the night we stayed. The sites are small but level and nicely spaced and there are some trees for shade. Some back-in and some pull-through. We are a total of 40 ft and had to unhook in a pull-through to fit in. There was no one around when we arrived and the sign on the door said to just go ahead a pick a site, which we did. It was very quiet both in the evening and overnight. - ALbums
Apr 2014 - $12.00
If you want a place to really relax, this is it! Plain, non-eventful but, very peaceful. ALL the amenities (short of a clubhouse/pool/activity room) and good grocery store/ hardware (x2) gas and with helpful/nice Managers. Level, gravel spots w/50 amp. Great for a short stay or long term IF, you don't expect a resort. Good unwind before or after Las Vegas. Stayed here 2 weeks, fished, 4-wheeled and relaxed. - work2fish
Feb 2013 - $1.00
Snow Bird Mesa (aka poverty flats) is a "boon docking" camping area. By that I mean it's free, but there are no hook ups. It strictly dry camping in self contained rigs. Power is supplied by your own generator, solar panels, or wind turbines. You supply your own water, and bath room. The place is located about 5 miles south of Overton, Nevada. You just pull in, find an open area, and camp. That's it. It is seasonal which runs from October 1st to the end of June. The land, last I heard, was Bureau of Reclamation, and they send a guy by every so often to check on the various rigs being used out there. If your RV has any leaks, you will have to repair the problem, and clean up your mess. That, or leave. Folks in non self contained rigs will get a visit from the local police. Fire, Police, and Medical will respond as needed from Overton. I spent last winter there (7 months) just trying out my boon docking adventure. I had a good time, although it did get a bit unseasonably cold for a week or so. You can get cell service, wireless computer signals, sat TV, and depending on your antenna, some over the air channels. This is one of those places that unless you are with a group, minding your own business might come in handy. If your neighbors are close enough, they are friendly, and most folks watch over each other. Boating, fishing, and sight seeing are all with in 25 miles. Dump stations are available in Overton for a fee. Valley of Fire State Park is about 15 miles a way. For a$10/$8 daily entry fee, they offer showers, fresh water, and a dump station. A year pass is $75.00. When I was there there were about 65+/- rigs out there, and there was still a lot of room available. It's a pretty decent place for the price. - Patchez
May 2016 - $20.00
It is a first come, first serve park. We stayed at arch rock, the second RV-park. No hook-ups, beautiful spacious spaces between the red rocks. We used site 23, not quite level but very private. Bbq, fire pit and picnic table with a roof. Running water was provided.
We enjoyed the silence and the animals we have seen. At night little light pollution, so a good night sky view.
There was a central dump station with the only down side that there was no connection to flush your black water tank. And the waste bins at the campsite were scarse and quickly filled, luckily there was a large waste container at the dump station.
A better clarification of the payment system would be appreciated. If you enter the park, there is a self payment system (envelopes) and at the campsite there is one again. It would be nice if there was an explanation that you don't have to pay the park fee seperately if you camp here.
Otherwise, one of the loveliest places we have stayed! - Leo22
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is first come first serve. There are 20 W/E sites in Atlatl campground (where we stayed), and they don't last. After reading other reviews, we heeded the advise and arrived by 10 am on Tuesday to get a spot. While spring is very pretty it is also very busy, so be prepared. Both campgrounds are beautiful and the sites are nicely spaced gravel. The restrooms and showers are older, but very useable. We loved this place and plan to return. - SAU51
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Not my first visit here and probably won't be my last. Scenery is so gorgeous it can't really be described. Two campgrounds, one, Atlatl Rock, has some hookups. I stayed in Arch Rock, no hookups, but beautiful campsites. As someone has already stated, sites 15 to 29, which branch off the main loop, are the choicest, i.e., the most private and scenic but all these were full so I got site 14, also very nice. The entry fee/camping fee process is a bit confusing and should probably be clarified so that campers can pay both entry and camping fees at one station. Didn't use the toilet facilities. There are water spigots scattered throughout the campground as well as numerous garbage cans. There is also a fresh water fill at the dump station. No Verizon signal.
Lots of beautiful hikes and scenic roads. Truly one of a kind. - mockturtle